Jacob Daar, Ph.D., BCBA-D
Dr. Jacob Daar received his master's degree from the University of South Florida's Applied Behavior Analysis program, and his Ph.D. from Southern Illinois University's Behavior Analysis and Therapy program. He is an assistant professor at Northern Michigan University's Psychology Department, and the program coordinator for NMU's Master's program in Applied Behavior Analysis.
Dr. Daar has been working with individuals with developmental and other disabilities for the past 9 years. His clinical activities have included both children and adult populations, as well as center-based, residential, and in-home supports.
Dr. Daar primary's research focus has been on language acquisition programing for children with autism, and on procedures that are designed to establish emergent responding repertoires.